Northwest New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Enrollment

Program Areas

  • Dairy Management
  • Farm Business Management
  • Field Crops
  • Livestock & Small Farms

Enrollment Benefits

  • Telephone / Email Consultations
  • Ag Focus Newsletter
  • Direct Mailings
  • Educational Meetings & Conferences
  • In-Field Educational Opportunities
  • On-Farm Research Trials

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Event Details

Date

September 24 - September 25, 2019

Time

9:30am - 3:30pm

Location

Willow Bend Farm
1159 County Road 7
Shortsville, NY 14548

Cost

$175.00 Enrolled w/ NWNY Team (currently receive Ag Focus)
(additional attendee $175.00 ea.)

$225.00 Not enrolled w/ NWNY Team
(additional attendee $225.00 ea.)
Contact your local CCE office for details on enrollment in the NWNY Team.

Host

Northwest New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops

Pre-Registration Deadline: September 17, 2019

Bovine Reproduction and AI Training Course

September 24 - September 25, 2019

Bovine Reproduction and AI Training Course

**CLASS IS FULL**

Topics covered will include:

• Reproductive Physiology
• Synchronization Protocols
• Heat Detection
• Artificial Insemination
• Proper Thawing of Semen
• Loading A.I. guns
• Practice Breeding Cows

The class will be taught by Jonna Egli & Javier Cheang from Genex.

*Note: This workshop is designed to introduce participants to artificial insemination methods. Participants will need continued practice after the workshop in order to become proficient at artificial insemination.*

Participants should bring rubber boots that are in good condition & can be sanitized for bio-security measures. Coveralls or work clothes will be necessary for the hands-on portion of the class.

Registration is required and there are limited spaces available.
Registration will be open from August 17 - September 17.

Register by contacting Libby or Margaret.  For more information, contact Margaret Quaassdorff at 585-405-2567 or Libby Eiholzer at 607-793-4847 .


Cost includes materials and lunches on both days.
$175/person enrolled in the NWNY Team*
$225/person not enrolled in the NWNY Team

*Not enrolled in the NWNY Team? Contact your local CCE office for more information.


Repro & AI Course Flyer (PDF; 577KB)


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Upcoming Events

Herbicide Resistant Weed Control Virtual Field Day

Event Offers DEC Credits

October 21, 2020

This free online event will offer 2 DEC pesticide applicator credits and CCE CEU's. Pre-Registration is required for DEC credits! 

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Announcements

*NEW* The NWNY Team Blog!

Our goal for this blog is to share with farmers and allied industry professionals, technical and applicable resources regarding all aspects of dairy farming, livestock and small farms, field crops and soils, and topics related to farm business management and precision agriculture.

The blog will feature Crop Alerts, Dairy Alerts, Bilingual (Spanish) Resources, Upcoming Events and more from our team members. This blog is free for everyone to use, explore and enjoy. When new material is published, subscribers will receive an email notification.

We hope you enjoy this new platform, and are looking forward to engaging with you in the future!
https://blogs.cornell.edu/nwny-dairy-livestock-field-crops/


Dialing Into Your Best Dairy - * New Podcast Series *

Dialing Into Your Best Dairy
A Podcast Series​
Hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension Regional Dairy Specialists and Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY

Episodes in this series will discuss management practices and tips to reach your herd's full genetic potential. In 8 episodes, PRO-DAIRY and CCE Dairy Specialists will discuss the different life stages of the dairy cow, including raising calves through the milk phase and weaning; managing weaned heifers up to freshening; making decisions about which replacements to keep including talking about inventory, disease prevention, and culling decisions; feeding and nutrition management during lactation; facilities, time management, and ventilation considerations throughout lactation; and management factors around reproduction, gestation, and the dry period.

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